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Chargers’ Melvin Ingram Drops 20 Pounds, Feels Like a “Different Melvin”

San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Melvin Ingram, the team’s first-round pick back in 2012, has only played in 13 games over the past two seasons. Making sure that he is in tip-top shape approaching the 2015 season, Ingram decided to lose some weight. Now 20 pounds lighter after spending part of the offseason working out in Miami, Ingram had this to say about his current body...
Via Sportsnaut
May 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: San Diego Chargers LB Melvin Ingram has lost a ton of weight

San Diego Chargers Melvin Ingram has apparently transformed his body this offseason. This is good news for Chargers fans. Melvin Ingram 2.0: Chargers LB sheds 20 pounds, is a "whole different Melvin." http://t.co/u399s9vlM9 — Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) May 26, 2015 From the San Diego Union-Tribune: The Chargers outside linebacker weighed 266 pounds last season. Ingram 2.0...
Via cover32
May 26, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 NFL Draft needs for the San Diego Chargers

D.J. Fluker The San Diego Chargers entered free agency with massive holes at offensive line, wide receiver and the defensive line. The signings of guard Orlando Franklin and WR/KR Jacoby Jones, along with re-signing OT King Dunlap and cornerback Brandon Flowers, have solidified some of the biggest weak spots the Bolts had as they continue preparing for the NFL Draft. The Dunlap...
Via isportsweb.com
March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Chargers place LB Ingram on injured reserve-return list

  The San Diego Chargers have placed outside linebacker Melvin Ingram on injured reserve-designated for return with a hip injury. The move Saturday came less than 24 hours before the Chargers play at Buffalo. Ingram will be eligible to return to the active roster following the team's Nov. 9 bye. Ingram played in only four games last year after tearing up his left knee during an...
Via Associated Press
September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Chargers Place OLB Melvin Ingram On Short-Term I.R.

The San Diego Chargers announced Saturday that they have placed OLB Melvin Ingram on injured reserve with the designation to return, due to a hip injury. San Diego was expected to be without Ingram for Week 3’s game, but it appears the injury was server enough that they were forced to consider holding him out for a few weeks. Ingram, 25, is a former first-round pick of the Chargers...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Melvin Ingram won’t play for the Chargers in Buffalo, how will he be replaced?

Melvin Ingram has been ruled out according to the San Diego Chargers’ injury report. Coming off a monstrous game in which he registered five tackles, a sack, a forced fumble, and five quarterback hurries, the Chargers young pass rusher looks on the cusp of breaking out. While holding him out this week may cost the Chargers in Buffalo, let’s hope it allows him to come back full...
Via cover32 - Chargers
September 19, 2014  |  Discuss

The top 10 OLB in the draft: Could the Chargers add another pass rusher?

Outside linebacker is one of the more interesting positions for San Diego entering 2014. The position could be viewed as a deep one if you think Dwight Freeney will return to form, and Melvin Ingram continues his above average play from the end of last year. If you take a more pessimistic route, it could be defined as a position of need with Dwight Freeney unproven in a Charger uniform...
Via cover32 - Chargers
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Chargers OLB Melvin Ingram Could Return To Action In December

Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union Tribune reports that there is a “real possibility” that the Chargers could get OLB Melvin Ingram back and playing at some point during the first half of December. Ingram was initially believed to be done for the 2013 season after having injured his left knee back in May. He was subsequently placed on the PUP list following the ACL...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
November 30, 2013  |  Discuss

San Diego Chargers: Should Melvin Ingram return?

Melvin Ingram (54) at practice – Earnie Grafton It is no secret that the San Diego Chargers have struggled defensively this season.  The team has been consistently beaten on the passing game and only average against the run.  One problem that has faced this defense is the injuries at the linebacker position.  Before the season started, one of the best linebackers on the team...
Via isportsweb.com
November 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Ingram returns to practice with big hit vs Te'o

Melvin Ingram has returned to the practice field with an impact that left rookie Manti Te'o on his backside. Ingram was back at practice Wednesday for the first time since tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in May. During a blocking drill early in practice, Ingram went up against Te'o, who was holding a large pad. Ingram hit Te'o so hard that it lifted the...
Via Associated Press
November 20, 2013  |  Discuss
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